We're at it again! Check out this week's Friday Five
Gavin Barron is a SharePoint and Office 365 development focused MVP who is very interested in automation, and other practices that help teams move faster and do more with less risk. He has spoken at conferences and delivered training on 5 continents. He loves to ski, spend time with family and talk tech.
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Michael Blumenthal is a Technical Solution Evangelist with PSC Group and a Microsoft Office Server and Services MVP. As such, he is an experienced solution architect and business technology advisor. Michael has deep SharePoint expertise, with two decades of development, infrastructure, and administration experience. He’s designed, implemented, and supported intranets, extranets, and Internet sites for clients in markets as diverse as Banking, Energy, Government, and Transportation, among others.
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Allan Rocha has dedicated his entire career to the Project and Portfolio Management discipline. For about 14 years, he has been working with the adoption of the Microsoft PPM Solution. He’s the author of 3 books, the main collaborator of 2 blogs and speaks internationally about innovation and adoption of new technologies. He’s lived in Denmark for the last 5 years, and has been working with a high-performance team in order to support all sized organizations.
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Hasibur Rahman is from Ottawa, Canada and has been working as a software developer for almost 10 years. During this time, he's had the opportunity to work on .net, sql and other Microsoft development languages and platforms, as well on many CRM projects. He was awarded the MVP title in July 2016 for his contributions to the CRM community.
Adam Pedley is an enterprise Xamarin Forms and .NET architect and developer at Kloud, a multiple Microsoft award winning consultancy firm. Based in Melbourne, Australia with over a decade of .NET experience, he develops and deploys enterprise mobile applications, integrating with Azure services and enterprise systems. He enjoys contributing extensively to the Xamarin community and open source projects, and won’t stop talking about Xamarin.
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